Reflection: Lesson Planning Myth Reading Groups: Final Presentations - Section 1: Get Ready!


One other thing you may notice is that there is no spot on the project evaluation form for offering what to improve on. There will be opportunity for that later when they fill out evaluation forms for the work they did in small groups.

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Myth Reading Groups: Final Presentations

Unit 11: Mythology
Lesson 16 of 16

Objective: SWBAT interpret and summarize a myth. Students will collaborate with peers to present information to an audience.

Big Idea: Creativity paves the way to understanding as students display their work summarizing myths.

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